Lately, Candy Crush Saga-makers King.com have been busy blocking trademark applications and going after people with the words "Candy" and even "Saga" in their game names. While they're doing that—technically, they say, simply to protect their brand from copycats—the game-making denizens of the Internet have been having a… »
Yesterday we learned that King.com, makers of the wildly popular game Candy Crush Saga, had submitted a trademark application for the word "Candy"
While the rest of the world spent the weekend studying South Korean superstar Park Jae-sang's latest video in preparation for their upcoming parody/tribute/stupid thing, Kotaku's mobile editor (hi) was inspired to play Candy Crush Saga forever. »
Clinging tenaciously to its top spot on the Facebook daily active users list, King.com's Candy Crush Saga keeps itself a couple hundred thousand players beyond FarmVille 2 by getting everyone stuck on level 86 and then taunting them. »
Since King.com released the mobile version of popular Facebook puzzler Candy Crush Saga, I've been praising the developer's flawless implementation on iOS and Android. While fiddling about with my iPhone's time settings over the weekend I discovered that's not entirely the case—the mobile versions will let players… »
Since I started covering the social gaming scene for Kotaku I've been regularly checking the numbers over at AppStats to see which Zynga games were topping the charts on any given day. You can imagine my surprise when the name on top of today's daily active users chart had King.com next to it. Way to go, Candy Crush… »
Now don't get too excited; Zynga is still on the tops of both the gainers and losers charts this week. CityVille 2 added nearly eight million users this week, but I want to talk about the two positions behind that, populated by a pair of games from King.com. »
While I busy myself playing games like The Grinns Tale and the newly-released CityVille 2, the rest of Facebook mills about the old familiar haunts, munching on candy and clicking up exotic cuisine. »